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Crime & Public Safety

A shooting occurred in broad-daylight in the Public Market Parking lot on Friday, May 17th in case you didn’t hear or read about it. Chances are you didn’t hear or read about it because no mainstream press agencies...

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An Emeryville man who disappeared Sunday after he walked away from his friends at the finish line of the Bay to Breakers race remained missing on Tuesday and his family said his disappearance comes as...

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Winslow Lazer Norton (top), who also goes by the rap alias “Blanco” and his brother Abraham have struck a plea deal in their long-running federal case. Winslow’s Blue Star Corner residence was the subject of a recent...

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Morning DEA Raid at Blue Star Corner

April 10, 2013 | 1 Comments

Park Avenue residents awoke to yet another staged raid on the corner of Halleck and Sherwin on Wednesday morning at approximately 7:30 a.m., this one was on a residencial unit at Blue Star Corner. It is unclear...

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Former Mayor and 6-term Council member Ken Bukowski survived an attempted armed-mugging last Saturday evening first reported by the Tattler while walking to the Watergate Condominiums (This story was not picked up on by the...

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A woman found dead Thursday morning on the beach at Shorebird Park was a Fremont resident who committed suicide, authorities said Friday. The 44-year-old woman’s name was not released. Fremont police said the woman’s sister...

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Seems like EPD police chief Ken James has ruffled some feathers in the gun enthusiast community with his recent “A Gun Is Not a Defensive Weapon” comment. This is a story that I thought may...

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EmeryStation evacuated after Bomb threat

February 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

Some excitement today for our little city as we awoke to the sound of helicopters hovering above (usually not a good thing). A bomb-threat, reported about 7 a.m., apparently targeted the Joint BioEnergy Institute, a laboratory facility...

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Retail has been a blessing for Emeryville’s tax base … but at what cost? A recent 2011  FBI uniform crime report lists Emeryville as having the Bay Area’s highest violent crime rate ahead of cities...

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Evening Dog-walkers and residents of Blue Star Corner couldn’t help but become a little suspicious of the corner unit of the Pelligrini Warehouse on Halleck. The evening flow of traffic and clientele indicated that this space was...

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Emeryville police chief gains top state honor

March 19, 2012 | 1 Comments

Ken James, Emeryville police chief since July 1998, has been honored with the California Police Chiefs Association’s most prestigious award. James, 60, a 37-year veteran of the department, was presented the Joe Malloy Award Wednesday...

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Emeryville police seeking kidnapping suspect

March 16, 2012 | 2 Comments

Emeryville police have identified a man who they believe kidnapped a woman in a parking garage in the 2100 block of Powell Street (near the Hilton Garden Hotel) Wednesday night, forcing her into the trunk of her...

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A suspect who held hostages overnight at the Emeryville Office Depot on Hollis St. in a botched attempt to rob the store was taken into custody Saturday morning, an Oakland police officer said. After police reviewed...

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A residents’ personal account of getting robbed at gunpoint and dealing with the authorities in pursuit of justice. READ »...

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No Contest Pleas In Emeryville Ikea Slaying – News Story – KTVU San Francisco....

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Oakland women arrested in Emeryville-Berkeley car burglaries – San Jose Mercury News....

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